[gobolinux-users] Re: Problem with CUPS recipe/package
ccalica at gmail.com
Tue Aug 16 22:34:41 GMT 2005
On 8/16/05, Hisham Muhammad <hisham.hm at gmail.com> wrote:
> On 8/16/05, Jonatan Liljedahl <lijon at kymatica.com> wrote:
> > Why not?
> Well, if it's going to just point to /System/Variable, then it doesn't
> really makes much difference. I prefer under version because it makes
> the versions directory less cluttered, but I would concede to the
> backwards compatibility argument. Either way is fine for me. Opinions?
Sorry I didn't realize it was a change as opposed to a typo. How
about calling it var to keep legacy naming within /P/App/1.0
> I think Defaults deployed by the Recipe (Settings or Variable) should
> overwrite those generated by the compilation. But yeah, I don't know
> if it's implemented right (feel free to beat me to it and fix it if it
It'll have to wait until I'm back home. The gobo install I'm
currently using is strictly non-devel.
<snip comments about sharing and cleaning up /S/Variable >
> I think we have to settle for having a solution for deploying
> var-files, but not maintaining them.
Ok. I'll concede sharing is more important than a less clutter
program level Variable.
> > Isn't this how it works (at least supposed to work) today?
> Yes, I got the same impression as Jonatan.
How about this:
make /P/App/1.0/var symlink to Resources/Defaults/Variable (keep
Variable name or rename?)
make /P/App/1.0/var symlink to /S/Variable
copy Resources/Defaults/Variable to /S/Variable with sensible
Is that it??
Carlo J. Calica
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